Liking HB2075 regarding permits to acquire *insert sarcasm*. Because they were forced to eliminate the 10 day expiration period, they're now just moving the goal post to 30 day expiration. So in reality it doesn't change anything. But you have to love the reasoning that cuts both ways. Why for the handgun PTA but not the long gun? Optics of control.
..."The legislature finds that, if a permit to acquire has an excessively long expiration date, some of this background information, including relevant mental health information, may become outdated by the time the permit is used. People often change their names or addresses, and their appearances can change over time. More importantly, people can experience events in their lives that disqualify them from owning firearms, such as criminal convictions, mental health diagnoses, or being subjected to restraining orders."...
They also want to keep physical inspections in place with the exception of dealer purchases. So all private party transactions will require a visit back
HiFiCo thanks for all you've done, but it looks like another court battle here if it passes.